This is a revision to a previous version which was not very detailed about his family particularly and so with legitimate sources available on-line, particulaly from the NEHGS, we have tried improve the content a little. It could be that some of the narrative text was from the previous version.
I, along with an excellent Wikipedia editor, compiled the present revision using the references cited without going into great detail about his family beyond particularly what the NEHGS has provided in the reference cited.
I understand your concern about accuracy and that is what I always strive for. I and my editor have created/updated about 60 Wikipedia biographies, etc., largely of Mayflower persons (I have a number in my ancestry) or many that were prominent in Plymouth Colony (several here too).
If you have a reference volume that can be reviewed on-line (and can provide the link) and you also want to mark-up and scan for me what you see as oversights in the Wikipedia article, I and my editor will review it. We always try to be exact in our information, and appreciate input that is verifiably well referenced. And I do understand what you are saying about the whole Pilgrim-Puritan-Separatist language, although those from with the Leiden contingent were Separatists as far as I have read, and those boarding in England were called by various names but usually Pilgrim (although in modern times even that has gotten confusing), although in Plymouth Colony, the whole government seems to have been labeled "Puritan" - with laws more strict than those in England in almost a fascist state.
You can contact me directly at my e-mail, especially if you are sending a PDF scan of the Wikipedia article.